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Picking Up Marketing Steam

October 19, 2012

Marketing is a hard thing to master. Some companies have a flare for it, while others struggle a little to find their groove. However, there are a few things that I have come across that can help your company pick-up marketing steam.

1)      Have a sense of humor: Nothing goes quite as viral as a hilarious video or funny quote. Take this to the next level with your company and begin to incorporate humor into your marketing platforms. It is an easy way to gain some publicity and make your company stand out.

2)      Cave and get on Pinterest: For some people this may be hard to do because it just seems to be another social media phase. But phase or not, there is a reason why it has taken everyone by storm, people are using it and using it often. Engage your consumers by creating contests, giveaways or just plain interaction.

3)      Increase # of photos: “A picture is worth a thousand words” is very much applicable to your marketing strategy. Pictures tend to attract a greater amount of attention than your average post. They are easier to share which will surely garner more ‘likes.’

4)      Thank your customers: Client appreciation is key to any business. An easy way to encourage consumer interaction is to thank them for helping you reach different milestones on your social media platforms. Not everyone can get a million ‘likes’ on their page, so thanking the people who helped you get there should be somewhat of a priority. It will make customers feel appreciated for their time which never hurts brand loyalty.  

At Thrive, we love thinking of creative ways to place your message in the right place at the right time to reach new customers. We are known for our abilities to market to women. We can reach men too! But we pride ourselves on being exceptionally capable of helping your business target Women 25-64. If you would like to talk with us about how we are able to help you better invest your advertising dollars, we’d love to hear from you. Call our office (425) 572-0978 or shoot us an email. Email Robin directly. She’s the owner and will always make time to take your call.


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